Indonesia and US defence officials hold talks on South China Sea

WASHINGTON, Sept. 18 (Bernama): Acting US Under Secretary of Defence Policy, James Anderson, during a visit to Indonesia discussed China's actions in the South China Sea among other security issues, reported Sputnik news agency.

"The leaders discussed a range of regional issues including the South China Sea, counter-terrorism, cyber threats, and US investment in Indonesia. They also discussed pending defence acquisitions," the Pentagon said in a press release.

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